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I had the pleasure of working with Suzanne Eberhardt Interior Design on the recent renovation of our home. After initial consultation, Suzanne provided us with comprehensive design drawings which included renderings, paint colors, flooring, half bath ideas, a kitchen renovation, lighting and furniture updates. As our original project grew, she was able to adjust and help with all selections including finding contractors. Suzanne is responsible and creative and took a personal interest in our needs. She listened and truly cared as she respected our input and made adjustments where necessary. We were able to have constant communication with her throughout the process and her years of design experience were evident throughout. After raising our four children in our home, we were ready for an update and it was great to see Suzanne’s original designs literally come to life in the end. We trusted Suzanne and now have a modern space to enjoy with family and friends as we begin our empty nest stage.

Aloft in Chelsea, NYC
This 3500 square foot loft was created for a rapidly growing family. Collaborating with Susan Gross Architect, we maintained much of the exposed beams and brick walls while bringing it up to the new-trad' style. Warm and elegant but very comfortable 3 bedrooms, 3 -1/2 baths. Shortly after completion, the  couple welcomed twin girls to the family! " We love working with Suzanne. Her concern for function, safety on top of great design solutions has endeared her to us. We love the results!" Deirdre and Matt M.

Another collaboration with Susan Gross Architect in the lead, we created this clean, modern, and  restful pool house after demolishing the greenhouse that was not being utilized. The house  can accommodate parties and guests alike. The extra long sofa was customized to encase a queen and twin size bed for sleep overs. 

All  swim!

We restored a Hoboken, NJ townhouse for a young family with all the details  from its early days. Laura loved the romantic art deco era and had us incorporate this beautiful antique ming chair gifted to her by her  Aunt. It's a 4 story townhouse,  with a sub level - media  man cave complete with radiant heat floors., 1st floor living, dining and kitchen, 2nd floor the children's suite complete with mosaic details and custom resin sink area with starfish faucet valves in the bathroom, and a playroom (not pictured)  Top floor is the master suite. The townhouse was particularly narrow so a solution for closet space that connects the sitting room with the master suite was designed with electronic shades ( no door) to avoid conflict in hallway.